An MSF medical worker feeds an Ebola child victim at an MSF facility in Kailahun August 15, 2014. (AFP Photo/Carl de Souza)
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Nigeria has 12 confirmed cases of the Ebola virus, up from 10 at last week's count, of which five have almost fully recovered, the Health Ministry said Monday.It said in a statement that 189 people in Lagos and six others in the southeastern city of Enugu were under surveillance. The Ebola virus has killed more than 1,000 people in Guinea, Sierra Leone and Liberia since the outbreak began in March, and four people have died in Nigeria since it was brought to Lagos by a Liberian man on July 20 .
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